“I wasn’t trying to hurt him, obviously,” Jets guard Matt Slauson said. “I must have just caught him by surprise, but unfortunately, things like that happen.”
Mark Sanchez has heard the calls for backup Tim Tebow. Who hasn’t? But he’s as confident as ever that he’ll remain the Jets’ starter.
Just a thought, but perhaps Rex’s starters should get a few plays against the Eagles’ backups on Thursday night in Philadelphia. Maybe then they’ll finally score a touchdown.
t’s no secret that the New York Jets offense lacked consistency last year and it has carried over into the first two games of this preseason, most recently in last night’s grotesque 26-3 loss to the New York Giants.
Sanchez or Tebow? It just doesn’t matter! Because no matter who they pick, the Patriots are STILL the better team and this will be ANOTHER year without a Super Bowl!
A person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press that New York Jets left guard Matt Slauson has agreed to take a pay cut, reducing his salary by about $258,000 this season.
While the Jets GM downplayed the effect Tim Tebow’s presence likely would have on who New York selects, it’s something the team might keep in mind next week.
In the wake of some very ugly finger-pointing after the season, several Jets veterans are trying to find ways to improve team chemistry.
It seems there’s a Mark Sanchez defender for every reported detractor in the Jets organization.
What a difference a day makes. Four Jets have gone on the record with their defense of Mark Sanchez.
The future of Mark Sanchez and the Jets’ offense is now in Sparano’s hands.
These nerve-racking Jets sure have a flair for the dramatic lately. Maybe that deflating loss to Tim Tebow nearly three weeks ago rubbed off a little.
Mark Sanchez has built his own reputation for comebacks — but he couldn’t engineer another Thursday night.
The Jets won’t have much time to dwell on their loss to the Patriots. They have a short turnaround with a game at Denver against the unpredictable Tim Tebow on Thursday night, and some players thought that might be exactly what they need.
Nick Mangold expects to return to his spot in the middle of the Jets’ offensive line this weekend. That’s great news for Jets fans — and not so good for the Patriots.